YUBA CITY

Holistic approach to cancer set as topic of lecture 

A holistic approach to cancer is the topic of a free lecture this week at Siller Chiropractic in Yuba City.

“The truth about cancer,” with Dr. James M. Siller, is at 6 p.m. Tuesday at 779 Shasta St.

For reservations, email dr@sillerchiro.com or call 755-2777.

 

Parnell joins River Valley Community Bank as senior vice president

Luke Parnell has joined River Valley Community Bancorp as senior vice president, regional lending and credit officer, working out of the Grass Valley office, covering Nevada and Placer counties.

He has more than 13 years’ experience in credit risk management and lending experience.

Parnell previously spent 10 years with Community 1st Bank in Auburn as its senior vice president, regional manager and senior credit officer.

River Valley Community Bank is headquartered in Yuba City.

 

Tractor Supply Company is donating pet food to Sutter Animal Services Shelter

Tractor Supply Company in Yuba City is donating 36 bags of pet food to the Sutter Animal Services Shelter in Yuba City for dogs and cats in need of adoption.

In its efforts to help with pets in the community, the store also hosts pet adoption events throughout the year.

The store, with manager Matt Johnson, is at 990 Tharp Road.

MARYSVILLE

Murray honored as ‘Rising Star’ at agriculture conference in Arizona

Samantha Murray, of Marysville, was honored as a “Rising Star” by the Agricultural Retailers Association at its annual conference Nov. 28 in Phoenix, Ariz.

She has worked for Crop Data Management Systems since 2011, and as operations manager for the past year and a half.

The company provides data and decision support technologies for agriculture.

The three-day conference included almost 700 retailers and representatives of the agriculture industry.

WHEATLAND

Walnut training systems and breeding program set

The walnut training systems and walnut breeding program, sponsored by University of California Cooperative Extension Sutter-Yuba, is set from 9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. March 7 at Nichols Ranch 128 Nichols Road, Wheatland.

In case of rain, the program is at the same time March 8.

The program includes 2-year-old Solano and Durham trees, the two newest variety releases.

Afterward, participants will caravan to a walnut no pruning (no heading)/variation of no pruning grower comparison field meeting at Bear River Walnut Ranch, 2031 Spenceville Road, Wheatland.

For more information, visit

cesutter.ucanr.edu or call 822-7515.

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